The disgraced Duke of York Prince Andrew was accused of "feeling up" his youngest daughter Princess Eugenie, while comforting her while as they inspected the tributes to her grandmother outside Balmoral in Scotland. A clip of the same has gone viral on the social media.
Virginia Giuffre, a victim of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, had accused Andrew of sexual abusing her when she was a minor at one of the Epstein's properties.
Clip Shows Duke Comforting His Daughter
The 20-second clip which has surfaced on social media shows a weeping Princess Eugenie, the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah, as she along with her father and other members of the Royal family inspect the tributes paid to the Queen outside Balmoral Castle.
The young princess is seen breaking down as Prince Andrew holds on to her while comforting. Seconds later Andrew is seen getting down to read a tribute. As he moves down, his hands also move against the torso of his daughter who is still seen standing.
Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II's corgis, Muick and Sandy, will be staying with Andrew and his ex-wife. The two young corgis were given as presents to the Queen by the prince and his daughters in 2021.
Social Media Reacts
The clip was slowed down by several social media users who accused the disgraced prince of sexually assaulting his daughter.
"Why isn't anyone speaking about Prince Andrew caressing his daughter and sticky his fingers in her butt on tv????" tweeted a user.
"Nothing quite says royal family like prince andrew running his hands over his daughter's arse while looking at flowers laid for his dead mum," read another one.
"Not sure how funny jokes are about Prince Andrew when the guy has just felt up his own daughter in full view of the cameras after getting his mum to bail him out of trouble for being part of an international paedophile ring. He's laughing at everyone else tbh," wrote a user.
"So Prince Andrew groped his daughter on live TV with a million cameras pointing at him and no one is talking about it?? If you're preaching love for the royals today I hope you know what you're standing for," read a tweet.